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SEgkt Catarrhal JDerttngvmenti fie Stevuuk Produce JUid&r- Ws Stomach Catarrh tSmxm people ore hin and always re- thin, from temperamental rea Probaory in snch cases nothing bo dono vto change this personal Bos ftiicro are large number of poo- jjtewfco get tiun,orTeitialn thim who 3&issrally weald tie plump fend, fleshy ra&Car some digestive derangement. 1 Thrci people lack in adipose tissue. Ad3ipoG tissue is -chiefly composed of , 3Faa. is derived from b dly eonstlt Vfeaitof 'food. . Tlaa at-making foods ore called by p&f-sioiosLst, hydrocarbons. Thia I foods awe aiot digested in tho tora&eh at all. They are digested in 42&e daaodenum, tie division of the ali meaJtsry eanl 331 below the stomach. Tha digestion of fat is mainly, if not l trltollyv the vrorlc of the pancreatic Jotitee This jaie is of alkaline reac tinayiandSs rendered inert by tho addi tion. f acid. A. hyperacidity of the 8igescxre fin ids of the stomach passing down, into tho duodenum, destroys he pancreatic floid for digestive par jjose. TberzsTore, the fats aro not di lyssicd ox enmlsiCoel, and the system is 3epsri-Fed of its dae proportion of oily enu&Uaents, Hence, .tliepaticn.t giowm thin. The bejrlnnxns of the trouble Is ca isryfcaA condition of the stomach -which aCTcva bypegacidity of the gastric Juieesi- This byperacidi ty is canscd by tkaf nientation of food An the stomach. Tkea the food is -taken into the stom aushsm if the process of digestion does bo6 begin immediately, acid fermenta Hbam will take place. This creates a fcyperaeidity of the stomach juices xrh&ah. in their ton prevent the pan x3ca&s digestion of the oils, and the SB3a&Gn resells. JL dose of Pfcrcma, before each meal fcttfcrnB the stomach digestion. By 3tnrrying digestion, iPeruna prevents BgHamtation of the contents of the fWjaiwTiwtji. juice is thus XEBsaerved in. ats .normal state. It then only jsemains Wx tho patient to cat a Tffi!f rf f ntamiamt I Xat-forming foods, and i2sa thinness disappears and plump aocoa Slakes its place. Fteraaa is sold by your local drug gist. Buy a bottle today. For Tired, Aching, JQsnmting9 Swollen Feet. Ceatfaeta. . bat moat sake time to write you Fool 1 am a Conductor and on Mr zeC often sot so sore XeaaMilttvdXytalwaafcect. AfriendnTemeabox oC AHenTa Foot ffawi and aaJditwoald care me. I ' "iMl U &C the bnvt bt two eawlapH and nj feet IfcOJIHasaBSaiiaifcareC, Aaatta,im.- mo Yora shoes JEUkoxs XVaot Eaan, a powder. It cures jpjaBSMiaiiin feet and ingrowing nails, wnA"8wiJiiJifQy fctaias the stans out 01 corns muSL bmuuua. Sold by all Druggists and : Shoe stores, 25c. Dtm?t accept a substitute. ' Tria pauriage FREE. Address, lie Boy, IT. T., U.S. JL IS dealer nae and tap .from iyua4 carta af M20-9XalcTeaaa'' Barax with 4c aouvjMi ajadi wa-acill aaaii illustrated ileak Ice. a&riagr 'Butnr aaea Tar Bacajc ia tJia laaaae, Fara aw! 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MZ yvm expeeS; to have to borro w on;T ter borrow it before ycu is easier to do so. ' THE PULPIT. AN ELOQUENT SUNDAY SERMON BY THE REV. JASON NOBLE PIERCE. Theme: Christ's Example. Brooklyn. N. Y. At the Puritan Congregational Church th new pas tor, the Rev. Jason Noble Pierce, preached Sunday corning on "The Examples of Chr5st." He said: My subject this morning is found in John F: "For I have sriven you an ex ample that ye should do as I have done to you." Tf you put that right in its setting it .yould be natural to wonder whether tfte example Jesus gave involves the "rding of the towel j.nd the talcing of the basin and per forming the service of love ib at He prformed for H?3 discinles: whether His fxamnle is literal in its setting. It not straso thax certain branches of the chtifh bave in different times hld that Fis ermle was to be taken literally: that He instituted an ordi nan? as truly as t'ne ordinance of baptism o1 the Lord's supper. And so, even ''down to the present day, there are some churches that literally helieve in the washing of the feet as a religious act. From 1330 to 1630 the sovereigns of England were ac cisoined to literally carry out this saTriple of t.h Iord. and indeed down to the present day it is rot unusual for the imperial ruler of Russia to have the' aristofTPcy seek outgoers wh are aged and infirm and helpless sd wash their feet as Jesus washed e feet of His. disciple?. On every Thursdav in Holy Week the Pope, not in the simplicity that Jesus had. hut with great ootnp and splendor, and in the eyes of the multitudes on a high platform where he can be seen by all, washes the feet of twelve of the old est men that can be found. But the natural ouery is. why do it once a ypur if it is really an example to be followed, and why does only one ner ?jcn follow it instead of everybody you and me? And if you turn back to your original testament you find the words "like as" "that ye should do like as I have done for you.5 nd you realize that Jesus is not institut ing an ordinance, hut He is. by a lov ing and kind act' of ministry, teach ing an ideal and teaching it by exam ple. He might have talked about it and the words would have pone in one ear and out of the other, but no one of those present could ever forget His example, and I venture to sav that, though John lived as long a? be did 5n his last day he still felt the influ ence of tbe Master's teaching as strongly as he did on the day, when the Master washed his feet. .Tesus' wbole life is an example. Is It net? We find other ueoule that are examples. I can turn to tbe Old Tes tament and study Job, and say that he was an example of patience, or to the life of Abraham, ?nd sajr that be is a perfect example of faitb. I. turn to imnetuons Peter, and I sav there s a man of fervor: or to John, and see tbe perfect example of John, the lov'ng disniple. and wonder ff. we shall ever grow into tbe love of John. These rnen are examples in part, in sorne things, in one or a few charac teristics, hut Jesus was a perfect ex ample complete. If you are sneak ing of fa,it. He is perfect; if of pa tience. He is perfect: if you sneak of fervor, or of love, or of humility, of dignity, or of power, or of any qual ity of the heart, you find that Jesus fs perfect, the one supreme,, perfect ex ample. You and I know ft is one of our human failings to look at people and imitate them. How quick the child is to discern. Did you never see a little girl who spoke not only the same words that her mother did, but with just the same intonation? If the mother says a thing with a little sharpness, so does the daughter. I think nothing in all this world is so quick to discern the things they see as a little child, and not only to discern them, but to imitate tbem.. If Jesus had handed down His Sermon on the Mount just as a document given by an unseen hand, it never would have had the resonance, the clearness and the power that it has when we see It coming from the lips of the Man whom we almost can see because His followers really did see Him You do not take any reasoning of Jesns apart from Himself. You and I need to un derstand Jesus, and need to follow His example; because other people are following our example. Here is a lit tle boy in the Sunday-school and the teacher says, "John, you ought to grow up into a true, noble manhood, and be an example for others." John cannot help being an example. I can not stand here this morning and say you ought to he examples; you are, and you cannot get away from it. You may not want people to look at you, but you cannot shut their eyes. There is not a person here this morn ing who is not, unconsciously as well as consciously, leading the thoughts and impulses of other people. You are examples. What kind of exam ples are you? What kind of an example are we Christian people? In think one of the most wondeful men was Paul. He wrote to the Galatians, and he said: "Brethren, I beseech you be as I am." Now a good many of you are looking at me and saying: "Here is our new pastor. I wonder what kind of a man he is really going to prove to be." What kind of a man would you think I am if I should say in utter serious ness: "Members of Puritan Church, I beseech you be as I am. Look at me, behold me. Be as I am." Why, that is what the apostle wrote to his congregation. He sent another letter to the Philippians, in which he said: "Those things which ye have both learned and received and heard and seen in me, do; and the God of peace shall be with you." Is there a school teacher here that would dare to say: 'If you only do what your teacher does; if you only look at my life and follow my example, the God of peace will be with you." In th:ee of his epistles Paul wrote: "Be followers of me." What a presumptuous man! ' Is there a f ather in this audience that wishes his son to be just like him? Or is there a mother that wishes her little child that God has given her, to be just like her? God knows that every parent says: "Oh, that my child may be better than I am." What, then, is the secret of this man's won derful courage? You will find it in what he said to the Corinthians: "Be 2 9 '.oowers of me. even as I am also of Christ," and he dared to say It, and he was right, because he knew that his life was close to God.. J The first time I preached In this pulpit several weeks ago I went out the next day from this citv to a neigh boring place and visited tpie homes of people who traveled extensively,.-"and I talked with the mistress of that mansion who had spent some time in personally visiting the people whe took parts in tb e Passion Play at Oberammergau. She did not go to the play, but she went afterward in their homes, and I shall never forget the incidents she related. She went to the home of the man , who , took the part of Jesus Christ. She saw. his wife first, and after making known her errand the1 husband was summoned, and this woman said that the very moment he entered the room she could not repress the feeling that she was in-the presence of Jesus. His whole appearance, his whole manner conveyed the lifelike "impression of Jesus. And this not when he was on exhibition, but when he was sum moned from his workshop into the house, without knowing that anyone was there or why he came. And the wife told my hostess that she believed her husband was absolutely -perfect; that he had so studied the life of Jesus; that he had so put his heart into every part of it; that he had so striven to perfect himself in playing the part of Jesus, not only on the cross, but off the cross, and that he had. so far as she knew in the inti macy of family life, mastered life and overcome every temptation, and in :.ll earnestness and humility she said she did not know one single thing in all his life that, was not just as she would like to have it. - Husband, can your wife say that? It shows, dear friends, the possibility of living so near Christ that His example and life, not in its glorified perfection, but in the pure ness of heart, shall enable us to put every sin under our feet. Now, friends, if it is possible to follow Jesus' example as,, literally as that, is it not necessary to rise to it when so many people are following your example? Why did Jesus wash His disciples' feet? Not because it was necessary, nor. because it was an Oriental cus tom. I think He washed their feet because He saw that the disciples were too proud to do it for one an other. It takes a manly character.to do a menial task. I fancy that if we tried to imitate some of Jesus' exam ples, we would find that it would-be better to go apart into a mountain and pray and come down to the orig inal channels of life and love strengthened before we could do the acts of service that Jesus did. I"be lieve that He did it because He saw that His disciples, did not yet under stand or comprehend the ideal that He came to establish. What is the law, the ideal, the essential of God's kingdom? I know that some would say that it is love. That is the right answer if you understand wjiat love is. It is not merely a love that con templates and does nothing; that is well disposed and stops there. If you think that you are obeying His com mandment to love your neighbor when you do not hate him, you bave not got the ideal of Jesus, Love that is love at all finds its expression in service. The mother toils late into the night that her boy may be neatly dressed and educated. That is the mother's love. If God only loved, us by only looking on us complacently,' deliver me from that love. But what wonders hath He not wrought r what hath He not done for us that we might have life,, joyful lives' and use ful lives? If you are going to love, you must serve,, and I venture to com mend that definition of service which says that it is tlfe fundamental rule of God's service. But the disciples did not catch the fdea. Do you wonder that Jesus said tcr them, "'Whosoever will be great among you, let Mm be your minister, and whosoever vfill be chief among you,, let him be your servant." In His parables He taught the idea of service,, but though the disciples listened 'they did not seem to comprehend and so- on .that last night Jesus did something they did comprehend and clinched alT . His teaching by girding Himself and min istering " to them,, and said, "I have given you an example- Let me close by calling your atten tion to the last part, of the text; "That ye should do as I have done to you." Are you doing what Jesus did, or is it only contemplation? Are you car rying out His example, or have you encountered some obstacle that is too hard to do ? In the great galleries the artists sit. and strive to reproduce the masterpieces, and so in the gallery of life you and I are sitting at the feet of Jesus. Are we reproducing per fectly? He is the example. Are we doing as He did? ,-' -" - The Interpreter of Life. Jesus is the interpreter of life. He holds the secret of the life which is, as well as of the life which is toM5ome. We don't know how to live, and we will go on blundering and wearing ourselves out until we take Him as our exemplar. " ; The fever of life is the result of our experiment with the things which ought to make for pur happiness. Somehow we cannot get the right proportion, and instead of receiving joy and peace and a larger life from our use of the mixture, we find our selves weak and feverish, and sick at heart. Let us go to Him, and take His lire ior our example. . uez us note what things He counted precious and what things He rejected as harm ful to the soul. . Let us accept Him cs the way, and the truth, and the life, and He will enter the room in which we are now. lying sick of the fever of life, and He will take us by the hand and lift us up, and fill us with new life for service to His glory and salvation of our fellow men. Rev. Percy T. Or- ton, in Pittsburg Christian Advocate. Thy Last Thought. V Practice to make ' God thy last thought at night when thou steepest and thy first thought When thou wak. est; so shall thy fancy ne sanctified in the night, and thy "inderstanding be rectified in the day; so shall thy rest be peacrpl and thy. labors pros-. perous. Francis Quarles. v High Ideals. We should all strive for high Ideals, and live the life the Master has laid down for us. The Rev. James Alex ander. Boston " - War by MexSer i troops on Gs9 T qnis has been resumed bvefiOfe the InxYans insisted ' on Keeping ; tbeir gunsas part of the ; peace treaty, j Gharlestown residents will hold a meeting to protest against through service to Alexandria by the South ern. : , v The cynic says there are two 1 kinds of people in the .world bad ones and those who have not been found out. and f i ' Quality appeal to the Well-informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent success and creditable standing. Accor ingly, it is not claimed that Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is the only remedy of known value, but one of many reasons why it is the best of personal and family laxatives is the fact that it cleanses, sweetens and relieves the internal organs on which it acts without any debilitating after effects and without having to increase the quantity from time to time. ' , It acts pleasantly land naturally and truly as a laxative, and its component parts are known to and approved by physicians, as it is free from all objection able substances. -To gets its beneficial effects always purchase the genuine manufactured'by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading drug gista. Habits are part of our life in youth and all of life in manhood. VETERAN OF THREE WARS. A Pioneer of Colorado and Nebraska. Matthias Campbell, veteran of the Civil War and two Indian wars, and a pioneer or Colo rado, now living at 218 East Nebraska street, Blair, Neb., says: "I had such pains in my back for a long time that 1 could not turn In bed, and at times there was an almost total stoppage ot the urine. My wife and I have both used Doan's Kidney Pills for what doctors diagnosed as advanced kidney trou bles, and both of us have been com pletely cured." Sold by all dealers. BOcents a box. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. The Wrong Tense. Dorothea's . father was sitting be fore a window in his country home with Dorothea on his knees. He was looking across , the fields with unsee ing eyes, when the lassie broke in on his -reverie with, "What are ywn look ing at, papa?" "I was locking: into the future, my dear." "The future, papa! I though ft was into the pasture '."Harper's Weekly. Good Crops in Mexicov Good crop conditions are reported from all parts of Mexico. The sugar came crop which is now (being, har vested, is the largest in the; history of the country, wfeile the yTeldi of cof fee, exceeds that of any previous year. There is a 6'hortttge of corn audi wheat in some sections, but the prospects are favorable for good crops ot those two cereals this year. Moody's Maga zinev "' A SIMPLE WARDKOB33L A bedroom door closed to another apartment may be converted into a wardrobe by nailing a shelf above the lintel .'of the door and putting hooks beneath, and also along, ihe closed ioor beneath. Hang cretonne curtains from the sheli to ihe floor and tack them on the sides to the door jambs to keep out the dust. Boston Post. When anybody agrees with you he has opinions; when be doesn't, de lusions. ' FUIiliY NOURISHED Grape-Nuts a Perfectly Balanced Food. No chemist's analysis of Grape- Nuts can begin to show the real vaiuo of the food the practical value as shown by personal experience. ; It is a food that is perfectly bal anced, supplies the needed elements of brain and nerves in all stages of life, from the infant, through the strenuous times of active middle life, and is a comfort and support in old age. ' - "For two years I have used Grape- Nuts with milk and a little cream, for breakfast. I am comfortably hungry for , my dinner at noon. - .. ; "I use little meat, plenty of veget ables and fruit, in season, for the noon meal, ana if tired at tea time, take Grape-Nuts alone and feel per fectly nourished. , . ' "Nerve and brain power,' ad mem ory are much improved since using Grape-Nuts. 1 am over sixty and weigh 155 lbs. My son and husband seeing how I had improved, are now using Grape-Nuts. "My son, who is a traveling man, eats nothing for breakfast but Grape- Nuts and a glass of milk. ; An aunt. over 70, seems fully nourished- -on Grape-Nuts ' and cream." "There's a Reason." ' , - . :" ; Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. . .. Read "The Roa to Wellville," in pkgs. Ever read the above letter? A nsw one appears from time to time. They aire genuine, true, and full ot human interest. ' Secretaries - Mctealf and Taft and many officios witnessed the firing1 .of a torpedo at the monitor Florida. S- Ensign Charles B. Vflxaor conyiet ed of attempting to seE French naval secrets, was publicly degraded. Baron Ishii, the new Vice-Foreign Minister, told; the rTqkio Chamber of Commerce Japan 4 wanted foreign trade. HOMEMADE STEAMER. ; While constant steaming of &e face is not to be advised, the woman who likes th Refreshing .feeling It gives can do it at home quite easily. Put a teakettle of water over an alcohol or gas stoveplate that can be set on 'a table, the mouth of the kettle put a funnel and as the steam pours out bend the face over . The head may either be covered with a heavy Turkish towel or a cap of stiff paper or cardboard can be pinned around the face much in the order of a sunbonnet. ' Always put a good cold cream on the face before steaming and pinch and massage the flesh well to draw the blood to 'the surface. After the steaming, dry the face with a soft towel and dash with cold water in which has been mixed some astringent as benzoin, until the water, is of a milky tinge. New Haven Reg ''ster. . -r Prisoners: in Asheville asked for release because the jail is haunted. All jails are, muses the-New" York American. The ghosts of reputations and. wronged friendships haunt ev ry corridor. Thought without action is an evU. and so is action without thought. FJTSjSt. Vitua'nce.-lTervons Diseases per manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. $2 trial bottle and treatise free. Dr. H. R, Kline, d.;931 ArchStPhila., Pa. Some men cannot until tbey get mad. tell the truth TBITEBIKE-A RELIABLE CUBS. Tsttsbmb is a sure, saf andapeody oare for osaxaa tetter, skin and scalp diseasei and itohbxtr piles. Endorsed by phytieiaas; praised by thousands who have -used it. Fragrant, soothiasr, antiseptic. -50a. at druggist or by mail from J. T. Sbuptbux, Dept.-A, Savannah. Ga. He who thinks before he speaks frequently remains, speechless. FEARFUL ECZEMA ALL OVER HIM. No Night Best for a Year and Limit Of Hi Endurance Seemed Near Owes Recovery to Cuticura. "My son Clyde wa almost completely eovered with eczema. Physicians treated him for nearly a year without helping him any. . : His head, face, and neck were cov red with large scabs which be would rub until they fell off Then blood and matter would run out and! that would be worse.. Friends coming to see" him said that if he got well he would be disfigured for Ufa When it seemed a if be could possibly stand it no longer, I sed some Cwticura. Soap, Ciiticura Ointment, and Cuticnra Resolvent. That wa the first Bight, for nearly a year that he slept. In the morn ing there was a great ehange for the better t In about six weeks, he was perfectly well Freakishnes doesn't indicate in- dividmality Mrs. " Pinkham, of the Lydia E. Pinkhapi Medicine Company, of Lynn, Mass., together with her son. Arthur W. Pinkham, and the younger members of her family, sailed for Naples on May 20 for a three .months tour throughout Europe and a much needed vacation. . Don t be afraid io begin at tbe bot tom. It is the safest way to climb. OVRTCS AI.I. ITCHIWO ERUPTIONS. Qlenooe, Md.,Nov. 21at, 1907: "I have had esema on my hands for 12 years, aad have tried everything. I have been. usin? tkt TxaiKX 4 days and the results are preat." Signed, M rs. M. Harvey. Tettkrink is the surest, safest, speediest cure for eczema and all other skin diseases, sold by drug gists or sent by mail for IWo. by J. T. SShup tbihb, Dept. A, Savannah. Ga. The oeean is not filled with breakers. tbe only body Mrs. Winsiow'sBoothing.Syrupfor (Jmmrfsn teething, softens hegums,redncesinflainma tion, allays pain,c. res wind colic, 25c a bottle - Girls who are worth their weight in gold are seldom given a weigh. To Drive Out Malaria and Build Up the System Take the Old Standard Gkovk's Taste less Chill Tonic. Yoa know what you are taking. The formula is plainly 'urinttod on every bottle, showing it is airupty Qui nine ana iron in a tasteless iortn, aoia tue most effectual roann. i or grown people ana cnuaren, ooo. . It is a. is not a disgrace to fail, but it crime not to try again. Capudine Cures Indigestion Pains, Belching, Sour Stomach, and Heartburn, from whatever cause. It's Liquid. Effects immediately. Doctors prescribe it. 10c, 25c, and 50c., at drug stores. To be asked to. do that which you know how to do--that is Opportunity. FOR MEN Tne bottom f yptir foot, if twisted out of its proper Jbwv will cause foot troubles. BKKEEMER shoes fit at the foundation : the bottoms match the bottoms of your feet. .That's why they comlortable. Look easily, write ce. .When a man plavs fy. . heJcees ife wii. Pati,, xi isn't so much what a vnn uat AttBcinates what she won't do. man; itJ Ton can nag a man into p. easier than , you can prav MnH heaven. y y bvai m After suffering for seven year thiswomonwasrestoredtohViiHK by Xydia E. Ptakham's VeSbS Compound. Bead her letter, Mrs. Sallie French, of Paucaiink Ind. Ter writes to Mrs. PkhaI "I had female troubles for seven years was all rnmrdown, and so ug-. vous I could not do anything. nl doctors treated me fear different trouble but did me no goodU While in this con dition I wrote to Mrs Pinkhamfor ad vice and took LvdiajELPinkhanvrsVeffe! table Compound, amdl I am now stBm and well." I FACTS FOR SICK WOWETL jjor um uy years Jayaia nnk. ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs kas beea ti standard remedy for female Sk and has positively cured thousandsS women who have been troubled wi displacements, inflaminatdoulceii. tion, nbroia tumors nrrej periodic pains, backache, that bear. tion,dizzmess,ornervQpri)stxati Why don't you try Ut ? Don't .hesitate to write to Mrs. Pin 1th am if there? is anything about your sickness yon do not understand. She will treat your letterin confidence andadvieyou free. - Ko woman ever regretted writing her, and because of her vast experience she has helped thousands. Address, LynnrMass. Food Producta 'Lnlblby9 Veel Loaf Is made of the best selected meat; scientific ally prepared and even ly baked by damp heat in Libby's Great While Kitchem The natural flavor is all retainei When removed from the tin it's ready to serve! It can be quickly pre pared in a variety of styles and nothing makes a better summer meal In the home, at the camp, and for the picnic LShhy's Veal Loaf is a satisfying dish, full of food value that brings contentment. Libby, McNeill & Lifeby, Chicago. rE DAISY FLY KILLER J5" lea and affords comfort to every Mme-maa &nd ail plc" where fi'? troublesome. Clean. Mrf, wUl not soil w injure MjtWi. Trv thci onc bv dealers. T-rfinnilforZOO. 148 Detott PwoJ J So. 26-08. for tne lmoei. y ns ior ojxecxionu u "- FIELD Drooaon, nw j ', HABOU9 seMRdi M flTFMI 1